I'm working through 'Responsive Design' tutorial by David Powers and as his background is white I'd like to be the same.
Is it a new feature that DW's coding panel is black?
Although I've looked in Workspace and Preferences.. I can't seem to locate the toggle for changing it.
It's a great tutorial that makes it all seem simple but when it comes to creating my own images I just know that will open another
box of challenges - What's best practise to maximise viewing for images to appear in desktop & mobile?
Do I need to know about retinal images and can they be created using a Samsung Galaxy 5?
What about maximizing text resolution for desktop and mobile - does one size fit all?
Looks like another interesting month....
Glad you like my tutorial. To change the colour scheme in Code View, go to Preferences (from the Edit menu on Windows, Dreamweaver menu on a Mac), and select Code Coloring from the Category list on the left. Set the Theme drop-down menu to Classic.
Your questions about optimising images and font size for different devices are best left for separate threads. There's not a single simple answer, particularly with regard to images on high pixel density displays. However, you don't prepare images for the web using a smartphone or tablet. You need to use a graphics program, such as Fireworks, Photoshop, or Lightroom.
Many thanks David. Perfect!